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- C/C++ library on AT91RM-EK
- Himanshu Chauhan
July 5, 2007, 3:09 pm
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I am doing a project in which I am using AT91RM-EK board. I am using
2.6.20 kernel with latest patches. Eventually I have to run C++
application on the board. I am currently using GNU C library. The
problem is C++ library is way to big, around 20 MB. How can i reduce its
size? Or is there any other library available that can support massive
I have another problem also. I boot linux from a ram disk. Later after
kernel boots, I mount my SD card as the root file system. How can I
reclaim the memory used by the ramfs? I am sorry I am doing this all for
first time. Any advice or an internet link would be of use.
Thanks in advance!
Re: C/C++ library on AT91RM-EK
You can expand the flash by using a USB memory stick
You can also build a small board which expands the flash using the
You can also try to find the U-Boot patches that were floating around
containing SD-Card fixes.
The SAM9260 (which is very similar to AT91RM9200) EK
has a large amount of NAND flash onboard.
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